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The wife of John Micklethwaite, esq. of Jate Arthur Barber, esq. of Chester, and Iridge Place, Sussex.

youngest daughter of the late George Logie, At Weymoutb, aged 58, the wife of T. esq. Swedish Consul at Algiers. Glendining, esq. of Burton-crescent.

Aug. 17. At Grosbois (in consequence, Aug. 13. William Darton, sen, aged 64, as it is said, of falling into a piece of wa. bookseller, Gracechurch-street; a valued ter during a dreadful fit of apoplexy), Member of the Society of Friends. He Lieut.-gen. Count Cæsar Berthier, browas a useful public man, well known and ther to the late Prince of Wagran. The respected ; and for a long period he will Prince of Wagram committed suicide, by be remembered by the youth of Great throwing himself from the balcony of his Britain, by his judicious writings and pu. Palace wiadow, in Bamberg ; see vol. merous useful publications. He bore his LXXXV. i. 637, 646. sufferings with patience and resignation, Aged 18, Thomas, son of Mr. Pigot, and departed with the hope attendant on engraver, of Manchester, who had engaged a well-spent life.

himself on board the Atlantic, lying in the At Sunning-bill, Henry Willis, esq. F.R. Old Dock, Liverpool, bound to Rio Jaand F. A.S. of Kensington Palace.

neiro. While in the act of removing some At Leeds, in her 24th year, Miss Har articles on deck, he fell backwards into grave, of the York and Leeds Company of the hold, and fractured his skull so dread. Comedians.

fully, that he expired within a quarter of Aug. 14. At Norwood in his 47th year, an hour, without a groan. His vocal taMr. Isaac Fisher, of Cockspur-street. lents were considerable. Aug. 15.

In ber 27th year, Charlotte, Mr. Harris, of Greenford Grove, Har. wife of Mr. Edward Winckworth, of High row; he went to bathe in the Paddington street, Mary-le-bone,

Canal, and, venturing beyond his depth, In Paradise-row, Stoke Newington, Jo. was drowned. natban Hoare, esq.

In Tower Royal, in his 71st year, J. At Walcott place, Lambeth, after a short illness, James Moncaster Atkinson, At Homerton, aged 55, Anne, wife of esq. ; a character of general worth and

David Duval, esq. benevolence ;

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a supporter of several

Aug.19. In Alfred-place, Mary Susanna, of the valuable charitable institutions in wife of the Rev. Dr. Busfield. and about the metropolis.

At Hamlet-bouse, Hammersmith, Ri. At Millbrook Lodge, Southampton, chard Hill, esq. one of his Majesty's Jus. Amelia, wife of W. Lomer, esq.

tices of the Peace for the county of MidAug. 16. Mary, wife of Henry Gan]. dlesex and Surrey, and Chairman of the ter, esq. of Percy-street, and only daugh Bench of Magistrates for the Kensington ter of Nath. Ogle, esq. late of Kickley, division. : Northumberland.

Aug. 23. At Twickenham, Henry Al Paddington, Gertrude, widow of the Church, esq.

Brooks, esq.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for August, 1819. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Pahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, frons July 27, to August 24, 1819.
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2 and 5 125 50 and 60 118 Males 951 Males

5 and 10 50 60 and 70 96 1830

1246 Females . 879

10 and 20 41 70 and 80 77 Whereof have died under 2 years old 345

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending August 21.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans d. s. ds. d. s. d. s. d.

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d. s. dis. d. Middlesex 71 336 235 0 28 11 46 2| Essex 68 4134 0 33 0 26 3+1 4 Surrey 72 2 36 035 028 8 46 0 Kent 73 2137 033 230 144 Hertford 69 900 033 0 25 10 46 0 Sussex 72 4100 0.00 0.28 0.48 Bedford 70 739 035 629 0.54 0||Suffolk 69 400 035 128 710 Huntingdon 68 100 000 0 25 044 10||Cambridge68 600 000 0 23 000 Northampt. 70 600 040 228 946 0Norfolk 69 536 033 626

044 Rutland 66 6100 039 0 26 648 0 Lincoln 68 100

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550 Leicester 74 300 000 030 600 0 York 72 152 0 36 024 053 Nottingham 73 137 034 328 950 11Durham 78 238 000 029 4100 Derby 76 2100 0.00

0 30 8000 Northum. 69 944 038 0 28 000 Stafford 74 6100 050 529 4/56 3Cumberl. 72 11 53 4140 929 4100 0 Salop 80 0152 8100 0 36 11 00 0 Westmor. 80 062 060 0 29 000 Hereford 78 6/48 040 632 656 2]Lancaster 73 300 0 31 025 1 40 Worcester 72 10100 0 40 936 059, 4||Chester 69 1100 000 028 000 0 Warwick 75 100 0 40 0132 655 6| Flint 68

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0 40 033 200 0 Wilts 69 500 038 8 29 10 58 5|Denbigh 75 900 0 46 928 800 0 Berks 75 9/42 037 930 053 0||Anglesea 00 000 000 000 000 Oxford 72 2100 0 40 028 958 6 Carnarvon 82 800 041 926 000 Bucks 71 0100 000 030 9 500Merioneth 80 240 641 628 1000 Brecon 83 000 050 9 26 000 0 Cardigan 85 8 00 050 0 22 000 0 Montgomery 81 700 0 43 2138 4.000 Pembroke 82 2100 052 4'16 000 ( Radoor 76 41000142 133 700 0Carmarth. 89 900 0 56 2 20 000 0

Glainorgan 74 10100 043 0.24 oloo 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 70 500 041 023 700 0 74 5142 11140 7,28 1,49 7|Soinerset 77 000 000 022 448 0

Monm. 79 600 000 (00 0.00 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter.

Devon 773 600 035 700 000 0 69 1143 1138 10,25 7142 1|Cornwall 77 300 057 6:23 2000) Dorset 76 11.00 0.00 000

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Hants 75 10100 0.00 0.29 849 11
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, August 23, 60s. to 65s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, August 21, 28s 9d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, August 25, 40s. 5d. per cwl.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, August 21. Kent Bags.........

31. Os. to 41. Os. Sussex Pockets 31. 12s. to 4. 45. Sussex Ditto 21. 16s. to 31. 10s. Essex Dito .......

31. 18s. to 41. Kent Pockets

31. 18s. to 4 8s. Farnham Ditto....... 51. Os. to 61. Os. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, August 27 : St. James's, Hay 61. Os. Od. Straw 31. Us. Od. Clover 02. Os. - Whitechapel, Hay 6l. 10s. Straw 21. 16s. 6d. Clover 81, 85.-Smithfield, Hay 61. Os. Straw ll. 16s. Od, Clover 81. Os. Od.

SMITHFIELD, August 27. To sink the Offal-per stone of 81bs. Beef................ ..4s. 4d. to 5s. 4d. Lamb.....

..6s. Od. to 7s. 4d. Mutton.....................5s. Od. to 5s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market August 21 : .........55. Od. to 6s. 4d. Beasts

507 Calves 340. Pork.....

...5s. Od. to 6s. 4d. Sheep and Lambs 7,670 Pigs 190. COALS, August 27: Newcastle 35s. Od. to 39s. 6d. Sunderland 36s. Od. to 40s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 8]b. St. James's 3s. 8d. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 3s. 7.1.

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SOAP, Yellow 90s. Mottled 102s, Curd 106s.-CANDLES, 12s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 13.s. ford.

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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE Canal Suares and other Property, in Aug. 1819 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scotr, 28, New Bridge.street, London. Birmingham Canal, 10601. Div. 401. per annum. - Neath, 3001. with Div. 221. — Swan

Grand Junction, 2251. — Monmouthshire, 1491. 198. 152l. ex Div. 51. Half-year. – Lancaster, 27l. - Brecon and Abergavenny, 45!. -- Kenvel and Avon, 211. 10s. with Div. 1. — Huddersfield, 131. – Wandsworth Iron Railway, 101. Wilts and Berks, 111. – West India Dock, 1801. 1821. 10s. per Cent. ex Div. 51. Halfyear. - London Dock, 741. Div. 31. per Cent. - Globe Assurance 1181. 10s. ex Div. 31. Half-year. - Imperial, 83l. ex Div. 21. 5s. Half-year. - Albion, 45).- Eagle, 21. 5s.

Hope, 31. 185. -- Original Gas Light, 661. - City of Londou Dilto, 311. Premium, — London Institution, 461. 45. — Grand Junction Water Works, 451. sea, 1581. ex Div. 101.

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SEPTEMBER, 1819.

LONDON GAZETTE

Cumb.2-Doncast. GENERAL EVENING

Derb.-Dorchest. Times-M. Advert.

Durham - Essex N. Times--B. Press

Exeter 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger & Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 M.Post-M.Herald

Hereford, Hull 3 Morning Chronic.

Huntingd.-Kent 4 St. James's Chron.

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TA Ipswich1, Lancas. Sun-Even. Mail

Leices.2--Leeds 2 Courier-Star

Lichfield, Liver. 6 Globe-Traveller

Macclesf.Courier. Statesman

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Newc.3.-Notts. 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton Eng. Chron.--Inq.

Norfolk, Norwich

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N.Wales, Oxford 2 Cour. de Londres

Portsea-Pottery 11 Weekly Papers

Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers

Reading -Salisb. Hue & Cry Police

Salop-Sheffield2 Lit. Adv.-Lit. Gaz.

Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3-Bristol 5

Shrewsbury Berwick -Boston

Staff, -Stamf. 2 Birmin, 3, Blackb.

Taunton-Tyne Brighton-Bury

Wakefi.--Warw. Camb.2-Chath.

Wolverh. Wora 2 Carli.2--Chester 2

York3.Ireland37 Chelms, Cambria,

SCOTLAND 24. CONTAINING Cornw.-Corent, 2

Jersey 2. Guern. 2 Miscellaneous correspondence.

Review of Dew Publications. MINOR CORRESPONDENCE. --Questions, &c. 194 Memoirs, &c. of John Evelyn, Esq. F.R.S. 233 Letter to Ld. Lovell.--Acc. of Herculaneum 195 Dr. Hooke's Sermon, 234.--Harold the Exile236 Mr. Bellamy's Translation of the Scriptures 197 Aonian Hours, 238.-Oakwood Hall....... 240 Adrient Anecdotes, from Valerius Maximus 199 Turner's Prolusions, 242.-Song to David 243 Heraldic Painting.-Pictures by Hogarth 200 Bird's Vale of Stanghden.-Rustic's Lay 244 Description of St. Martin's Church, Oxford 201 Junius.—White's Letters from a father...245 On the Validity of certain Marriages......202 Hadleigh described. Whistlecraft's Poem 247 On Pbrenology, 204.-Hints on Poor Laws 207 English Finance.-Carey's Latin Prosody 248 Description of Abbey House, Sherborne... 209 The Fudger fudged.--Crowe's Zoopbilus.. 249 Remarks on Signs of ions.-Goose & Gridiron ib. Let. to Farmers.-Enthusiasm of Methodists 250 Curious Coats of Arms, Crests, & Mottoes 210 Life of Dean Nickolls.-- The Authoress, &c. ib. Original Letters to the Rev. Wm. Green...212 LITERATURE, ANTIQUITIES, Arts,&c, 251-254 Maid of Aghavore. --Gilbert Wakefield....214 Select Poetry......

S........255 Divining Rod.-Chanckbury Hill, Sussex 215

Historical Chronicle. Letter of Charles I. to the Marq. Ormond 217 Proceedings in the late Session of Parliamt258 The Tatler.-Beaumout and Fletcher......218 Missions to the East, 262.-Chinese Embassy 264 Quarterly Court of the Equitable Assuranceib, Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 265 Hints to Hangmen.-Political Economy.,219 Domestic Occurrences....

.........267 Remarks on the Clerical Dress........... .223 Promotions, &c.—Births and Marriages..271 Origin of the Name of Manchester Bayley 224 OBITUARY; with Memoirs of Abp. of Tuam; Account of the Cagots, in the Pyrenees... 225 Dr. Cyril Jackson; Samuel Lysons; Jas. On the Advantages of Local Histories.......ib. Watt, and H. N. Willis, Esqrs.; and Mr. On Taxation, &c. 227.-Anne Chandler 229 Professor Playfair....

........273 On Happiness.-Birth of Rowe, the Poet 230 Meteorological Diary 286; Bill of Mortality 287 Nugæ Antiquæ

.231 Prices of the Markets, 287; the Stocks, &c. 288 Embellished with Views of St. Martin's, or Carfax Church, Oxford ;

and of the ABBEY-House, Sherborne, Dorsetshire.

Sou By SYLV ANUS URB AN, Gent.

Printed by John Nichols and Son, at Cicero's HBAD, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-street, London;

where all Letters to the Editor are particularly desired to be addressed, Post-PAID.

MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

We thank T. B. for his friendly hint ; supposed to have been written by Bishop but the Work he alludes to, is too far ad Gibson; the title of bis copy of that book vanced in the Press for his plan to be is, “ The Life of Oliver Cromwell, Lord adopted.

Protector of the Commonwealth of EngJ. B. says that “Bio. Dev. (Part I. land, Scotland, and Ireland. Impartially p. 619,) is mistaken in respect to Davis's collected from the best Historians and seStreights. They divide Greenland from veral original Manuscripts. The 5th edi.. North America, and surely cannot be in tion, with Additions. London: printed the North of Europe. From Bio. Dev.'s for J. Brotherton, and T. Cox, Cornhill. other observations, I should be glad to 1743. Price, bound, 3s." A Letter sticks see the work he has in contemplation exe in the book, from an old friend of our Corcuted."

respondent, who married a lineal descend. G. H. W. observes, “ Your Heraldic ant of His Highness, in which he says that Correspondents have not as yet under " it seems to me a very good account of taken to explain how the arms of a Lady his public life.” (heiress to her mother, but not to her fa. A SUBSCRIBER to Dr. Yates's “ History ther) are to be borne by her issue. The of Bury St. Edmund's,” wishes to be in children cannot of course quarter the formed, whether he has any intention of arms of the Lady's father; and if they proceeding with the second Volume of that quarter the arms of the Lady's mother Work, and thus redeeming his pledge to only, it would seem to be wrong heraldry, the Public. as implying the Lady's surname to be that A CORRESPONDENT enquires, whether of her mother. ---Should the son of a created Mr. Dibdin means to publish a third edi. Peeress in her own right be styled the se tion of his “Introduction to the Knowledge cond Peer, or first Peer of the family? of the different Editions of the Greek and There seems to be objections to both Latin Classics," a book much called for ; modes. A man can hardly be called the as the second edition is now become exfirst Peer, where his immediate female tremely scarce, so as with difficulty to be ancestor enjoyed and transmitted nobility 10 procured even at a considerably advanced him; and yet, in point of verbal accuracy, price. it may be coutended that he was the first An OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENT for more Peerhis mother being a Peeress."

than thirty years past, having been unJ. J. asks, " whether the celebrated successful in bis endeavours to procure a Letter of Lord Somers to King William, copy of an “ Essay on Duelling,” pubrespecting the business of the Partition lished in London some years ago, will Treaty (noticed by Mr. Chalmers, amongst be obliged to any person who will inform his Lordship’s • Works,') was ever pub- him where he is likely to meet with one.lished? He has searched for it in vain, He is happy to observe, that when the through the contemporary Historians.” circumstances of Duelling taking place, is His kind offer of a copy of it for this Ma noticed in this Magazive, the sinful prac. gazine (if not too long for insertion), is tice is marked in terms of disapprobation, thankfully accepted.

which it is to be lamented all Journalists C. K. would be obliged “by being in- of the present times do not. formed what was the issue of Lord Altham, A CONSTANT Reader says, “ I shall be and who succeeded to his title and estates. much obliged if your ingenious CorreHe married, in 1702, Mary, a natural spondent A. J. K. who has favoured us daughter of the Duke of Buckingham. with bis erudite remarks on Bow Church, His Lordship died in Dublin, in 1726, and and St. Martin's-le-Grand, will be so good left large estates in England and Ireland. as to inform me where the Scala Chron. Lady Allbam died in London, in 1729.” (from which he has given an extract) may [She was mother, it was contended, to the be found, as I had been long apprehensive unfortunate James Annesley, who claimed the work had perished at the destruction the titles and estates against the late Earl of the Monastic Libraries, and that all of Anglesea. On this curious trial see which remained were a few fragments prevols. XI. to XIV.-Edit.]

served by Leland, to none of which the T. C. (p. 98) is informed, that Sir Hum quotation given seems to appertain." phry Lynde's two Tracts, concerning X. XI. 5538, and VERITATIS AMATOR, which he inquires, have been reprinted in our next. at the expence of the Society for the De ERRATA.-P. 99, b. I. 3, for perspicuity, fence of the Church.

read perspicacity.-P. 135, 1. 16, for atE. assures “ An Inquirer,” (p. 2, b.) tacked, read atlacked.-P. 136, note, 1, 2, that the book he mentions is not the book for Allebrogum, read Allobrogum.

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